Puritan Board Junior
The problem is if these brethren are prepared to sustain Taylor as qualified for the ministry in opposition to the word of God, he should not submit to them in this.
It's already been asked or at least alluded to, but essentially remains unanswered: You are convinced that your reading of the passage in question is very obviously the correct one, but how do you account for the fact that the vast, vast majority of Christian theologians and exegetes throughout history, including virtually all Reformed stalwarts, have concluded otherwise? Are they simply dull in understanding, or do they have less than honorable motivations/prejudices - or else what? Does the fact that you are virtually alone in your interpretation at least give you pause?